An immersive projection experience, 20 Years in 20 Minutes seeks to highlight the 20 years of the Eisemann Center during its 20th Anniversary Celebration. The experience will explore the Eisemann Center’s immense impact on the art landscape of Richardson and the greater North Texas area as a whole. Throughout its 20-year history, the Eisemann Center has shaped the cultural fabric of the region both inside the doors of the Eisemann Center through its signature events, as well as through community programming outside its doors. This composition seeks to explore that impact, as well as the impact the Eisemann Center will continue to have for many more years to come. Please plan to arrive at least 15 minutes before your scheduled showing.
Eisemann Edge Student Impact Statement
The Eisemann Edge Endowment provides a unique opportunity for The University of Texas at Dallas students to explore arts and technology through real-world, project-based, studio art practice. The project allows for students from many different areas of interest to develop their skill sets from video and graphic creation to coding, projection mapping, communications, marketing, and technological system building. This real-world development of skills allows a valuable experience for students to get outside-of-the-classroom learning that is unparalleled through any other fund or endowment in the arts.
About the AHT 3D Studio LightSquad
The 3D Studio at the UT Dallas School of Arts, Humanities, and Technology explores art, design, and technology through intensive project-based studio practice. The Studio combines applications of modern technologies with the tools and approaches of traditional studio practice to create meaningful experiences. Undergraduate students, graduate students, alumni, and faculty who work on 3D Studio projects, are known as the 3D Studio Lightsquad. The LightSquad aims to fuse unique, multi-disciplinary skillsets to create unified compositions and immersive experiences.